SCANNING FOR ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION
Details are important when documenting a scene, and accurate and precise information is essential to the development of your case. High speed, high accuracy three-dimensional laser scanners have redefined how scenes and objects are documented and preserved.
Collected data can be viewed as a photo-realistic three-dimensional digital model of the scanned site or object which can be preserved and accessed months or years later, long after the real world environment has changed. Visit the scene without ever leaving the office. Scenes can be viewed from every perspective. Evidence seen only in photos can be located and measured with precision.
Scan data can be presented in court without expert opinion support, or when necessary, the data can be provided to an engineer to assist with their technical analysis and presentation.
- Preserve ALL scene details for future analysis
- Full colour 360 degree virtual walkthroughs
- Comprehensive data for engineer analysis
- View scene from any perspective
- Evaluate line-of-sight issues
- Accurate data for reconstruction and animation
- Scan data can be presented in court without expert opinion support
- Scan data can be used to evaluate the accuracy of measurements collected by engineers using other means
- Scan data can be referred to various experts for analysis
- Spatial analysis is performed independently of opinion analysis
- Any evidence that comes up later can be evaluated with the scan data
Dynamic events are not easily visualized: the key phases of interest to the Court for many occurrences, such as accidents or processes, occur in a short period of time. In some circumstances the process is simply difficult for the non-expert to visualize. A computer visualization recreates events and demonstrates concepts that tend to be difficult to grasp any other way.
Computer animations are based on precise measurements, scene photos, physical data and more. We work closely with your team to ensure that what is being represented accurately and effectively communicates the key elements of your theory of the case.
- Simplify complex events and concepts
- Minimize errors in comprehension
- Improve information retention